Situated on Sahara Avenue and adjacent to Las Vegas Boulevard, Allure Las Vegas provides high rise living to its residents with modern amenities within reach of the property. Adding value to its already premiere location is the development of the $4 billion project, Resorts World Las Vegas, and the opening of Lucky Dragon Las Vegas, which will breathe new life and spark renewed interest in the north Strip.
Resorts World Las Vegas, which is expected to open in 2019, will boast a Chinese-inspired theme throughout the property and will pay homage to the unique culture with extravagant architecture, rich cultural attractions and experiences, diverse dining and entertainment options, and a 30,000 square foot lake as part of the Asian-themed garden.
The mega-resort will eventually cover more than 21 million square feet of land upon completion. Plans for Resorts World Las Vegas include three hotels, a vast lineup of restaurants featuring a variety of authentic, regional Chinese cuisines, more than 100,000 square feet of innovative gaming space; numerous retail offerings; and a top-tier nightlife venue.
Another oriental-themed resort hitting the north Strip is Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino. Scheduled to be completed in late 2016, Lucky Dragon will set out to be the “first casino-resort to deliver an authentic Asian lifestyle experience in Las Vegas.”
The 10-story resort sits on more than 240,000 square feet and will boast a 204 boutique hotel and 27,500 square foot gaming area with Asian favorites Baccarat and Pai Gow on the casino floor. High rollers can raise the stakes in the Emerald Room and a second VIP gaming lounge on the resort’s second level.
Other amenities at Lucky Dragon include the city’s only indoor-outdoor luxury tea garden, a pagoda-shaped bar complete with a 1.25-ton glass dragon sculpture, Pan-Asian dining options, a night market serving regional delicacies and a 60-seat fine dining restaurant with private balcony.
The restaurants here focus on Pan-Asian dining, with Jewel Kitchen becoming “the only show kitchen in the city that extends directly onto the casino floor. Also on tap, a night market that serves “regional delicacies, fresh and live seafood, dim sum, barbecue, boba tea and more for breakfast, lunch and dinner.” Seafood flow in daily highlights the dim sum restaurant, while a 60-seat fine dining restaurant features a private balcony.
Allure Las Vegas is located just off the Las Vegas Strip on Sahara Avenue. The 41-story high rise tower and its extravagant condos were designed with modern living in mind. Exceptional interior design touches accentuate the comfortable floor plans. Residents can enjoy breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip and surrounding valley.
For more information regarding availability, contact William Margita, Urban Nest Realty, (702)882-8240 or see available units online at www.LasVegasRealEstate.org.